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Our schedule is changing starting Tuesday, September 8!
As we plan for fall programs and services, we need some feedback from you. Please take this short survey so we can better understand how to help you.
We’re accepting appointments for browsing the library or computer usage!
Step 1: Request items through the catalog, by phone, or by email.
Step 2: Library staff will call you to set up a time to pick up your books at our front door.
All pick up appointments will be on Tuesdays & Thursdays between...
East Grand Forks has four warning sirens which are used to notify residents who are outdoors of a tornado warning or a possibly severe weather event.
When the sirens sound, it’s not safe to be outside. When you he...
To protect the health of patrons and staff, all returned library materials are quarantined for at least 72 hours before they are checked in.
If you have returned your library materials and they’re still showing on your account...
On the general election ballot there will be a question asking if residents would like to approved the revised City Charter.
To find out what changes were made, to review the proposed charter, and the review the current charter please visit http://www.egf.mn/600/Proposed-Revised-City-Charter.
Absentee balloting is available City Hall. Until City Hall is opened up to the public, please call (218) 773-2483 and make an appointment to vote absentee.
Absentee balloting will also be available at City Hall on Saturday, October 31st before each election from 10am to 3pm. No appointment is necessary to vote on Saturday, the doors will be open.
Clean-up week is not intended for picking up large construction projects, tree removal, or for putting out electronic and hazardous waste which should be dropped off at Public Works on Saturday, October 10th between 9am and 3pm.
Also please do not place any items on the berm you may want back. To help with removal all items or piles should be kept away from light poles, electrical boxes, or any other hazards. All items should be placed on the berm for pickup. ...
Clean-up week will be taking place the week of October 5th through the 9th on your regularly scheduled pick up day. Hazardous waste and electronic drop off will be on Saturday, October 10th from 9am to 3pm at Public Works located at 1001 2nd St NE.
Reminder glass and construction debris will not be accepted for berm pick-up. Please call Public Works with questions at (218) 773-1313.
Business Grant Program AnnouncedThe City Council and Economic Development Authority are pleased to announce a grant program to reimburse businesses for expenses related to COVID-19.
The link to the application is https://www.eastgrandforks.us/DocumentCenter/View/5919/COVID-19-Reimbursement-Application-Round-1-without-agreement.
The application period will close at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, October 2, 2020. The first rou...
In the last couple months there have been questions about why the storm sirens were being used. There is now a page on the city website to help answer these questions.
Please visit https://www.eastgrandforks.us/591/Storm-Siren-Information to see where the sirens are located, reasons why the sirens are used, and answers to frequently asked questions.
The meetings will be held remotely pursuant to MN Statutes 13D.02, 13D.021 and 13D.04.
During this time the following will be happening:
The notice has been sent to the Department of Revenue to end this collection of the local sales and use tax by September 30, 2020. Notices will be sent out to businesses by the Department of Revenue about this change.
East Grand Forks Water and Light Department, a member of MMUA, was awarded with other Minnesota municipal utility employees of the 2020 President’s Award. This is MMUA’s highest honor. Roberts made the selection based on empl...
East Grand Forks Water and Light crews are going neighborhood to neighborhood preforming planned life cycle replacement of electric meters. This proactive action will ensure customers’ consumption continues to be accurately measured. T...